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  • Red Money

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    "He's jealous, and can be very disagreeable when he likes. I don't know who he is, or where he came from. He made his money out of penny toys and South African investments. He was a member of Parliament for a few years, and helped his party so much with money that he was knighted....

  • Mark Twain’s Journal Writings1

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    Mark Twain’s Journal Writings, Volume 1 by Mark Twain. Read by John Greenman. This collection of essays by Mark Twain are a good example of not only how prolific he was but also how he became a consummate marketer of his works. Many of his essays appeared alone, in magazines or newspapers,...

  • Andy Grant's Pluck

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    Andy Grant's Pluck by Horatio Alger Young Andy meets much adversity in his quest for success. ILLUSTRATED - . Andy Grant, a young student, is forced to leave Penhurst Academy abruptly when his father, a farmer, has $6,000 stolen by a bank employee. As a result, the father must mortgage...

  • Brave and Bold

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    Brave and Bold by Horatio Alger The main schoolroom in the Millville Academy was brilliantly lighted, and the various desks were occupied by boys and girls of different ages from ten to eighteen, all busily writing under the general direction of Professor George W. Granville, Instructor in Plain...

  • The Border Rifles

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    The Border Rifles A Tale of the Texan War In the series commencing with the present volume GUSTAVE AIMARD has entirely changed the character of his stories. He has selected a magnificent episode of American history, the liberation of Texas from the intolerable yoke of the Mexicans, and describes...

  • The Blockade Runners

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    The Blockade Runners, by Jules Verne The Dolphin had a good crew, not fighting men, or boarding sailors, but good working men, and that was all she wanted. These brave, determined fellows were all, more or less, merchants; they sought a fortune rather than glory; they had no flag to display, no...

  • The Red House Mystery

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    The setting is an English country house, where Mark Ablett has been entertaining a house party consisting of a widow and her marriageable daughter, a retired major, a wilful actress, and Bill Beverley, a young man about town. Mark's long-lost brother Robert, the black sheep of the family,...

  • Trent's Last Case

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    Trent's Last Case, by Edmund Clerihew Bentley. Read by Kirsten Wever. This is one of a series of EC Bentley novels featuring the highly erudite artist qua reporter / detective, Philip Trent. In it, Trent is sent to a charming English seaside village to cover the murder of Sigsbee Manderson...

  • The Riddle and the Ring

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    The Riddle and the Ring by Gordon MacLaren THE LITTLE MAN IN BLACK. It was the second time the man had passed the bench, and, as their eyes met for an instant before the stranger swiftly averted his head and walked on, Barry Lawrence frowned with quick suspicion. Was it possible that the...

  • The Golden Boys

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    The Golden Boys and Their New Electric Cell A Series of Stories for Boys 12 to 16 Years of Age BY L. P. WYMAN, PH.D. CHAPTER I. THE NEW CELL. "Say, Jack, do you have any idea that this thing is going to work?" "I don't know, Bob, the theory is all right, but how it will...

  • The Ghost

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    At the West End of Boston is a quarter of some fifty streets, more or less, commonly known as Beacon Hill. It is a rich and respectable quarter, sacred to the abodes of Our First Citizens. The very houses have become sentient of its prevailing character of riches and respectability; and, when...

  • Baseball Joe of the Silver Sta

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    Baseball Joe of the Silver Stars OR The Rivals of Riverside By LESTER CHADWICK =BOOKS BY LESTER CHADWICK= =THE BASEBALL JOE SERIES= BASEBALL JOE OF THE SILVER STARS BASEBALL JOE ON THE SCHOOL NINE BASEBALL JOE AT YALE BASEBALL JOE IN THE CENTRAL LEAGUE BASEBALL JOE IN THE BIG...

  • Son of Power

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    Son of Power Will Levington Comfort and Zamin Ki Dost The Good Grey Nerve His name was Sanford Hantee, but you will hear that only occasionally, for the boys of the back streets called him Skag, which "got" him somewhere at once. That was in Chicago. He was eleven years old, when he...

  • Old Granny Fox

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    OLD GRANNY FOX By Thornton W. Burgess When a deep winter snow carpets the Green Forest and nearby meadow, Granny Fox and Reddy have some disagreements on how best to find some food. But Granny — with her years of experience — wins out over Reddy and teaches him quite a bit about patience,...

  • Tom Brown's School Days

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    CHAPTER I—THE BROWN FAMILY "I'm the Poet of White Horse Vale, sir, With liberal notions under my cap."—Ballad The Browns have become illustrious by the pen of Thackeray and the pencil of Doyle, within the memory of the young gentlemen who are now matriculating at the...

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